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🌈Hello Wonderful Readers!
I’ve finished this amazing series of Agatha Oddlow a few weeks ago, and it’s soOo good, I obviously had to write a review on it!
Basically, It’s about a girl named Agatha Oddlow (named after Agatha Christie) , who loves solving mysteries and each book has one big mystery which she solved. Apart of that, in the three books, she wants to find out if her mother actually dies in an accident, or there is something else behind it, and she does get an answer at the very end. She doesn’t have many friends, just two best friends, and lives with her dad, who is a Gardner.
There are only 3 books in this series- The Secret Key, Murder at the Museum and The silver serpent and there are only about 200 pages in each book. I did expect more, after the third book, but it isn’t out..
- The Secret Key (Agatha Oddly #1) by Lena Jones
- Murder at the Museum (Agatha Oddly #2) by Lena Jones
- The Silver Serpent (Agatha Oddly #3) by Lena Jones
Isn’t it obvious?
Thirteen‐year‐old Agatha Oddlow (or Oddly, as other people like to call her) is a bold, determined heroine, and the star of a stylish new detective series. With her Oddlow Agency detective company and her best friend Liam Lau at her side, she’s perfectly poised to solve the mystery of what’s going on. Agatha Oddlow .
OK, yes, I copied that. 😬
There are a good numbers of characters in the series altogether, not really that much though. Like any normal school books, there is a group of arrogant students (CC’s) and Agatha’s friend, Liam. Then her teachers, who don’t really like Agatha skipping school because of her cases. Her dad is a the main Gardner of a park, and JP, a homeless friend of Agatha lived there.
The writing style was pretty good in this book. It was mainly humorous or sad and sometime serious. The sentences were, well normal-sized? And the words would be simple to understand for you, probably.
Things I disliked about the series~
The only thing I didn’t like was that she had to wait so long to know all about her mum, which was a bit disappointing, but it was probably worth it.
So that was the review, it was a pretty good book series and I enjoyed reading it. Let me know if you read it!
PS: Offline school started a week ago, and it’s so fun going offline again! that’s also the reason I’ll be having onw post per week from now, and on Tuesday, I hope you understand, I hope I’ll be active like I was before soon, stay tuned!